Monthly Archives: January 2015

Brian Zink: Figure/Ground

Brian Zink is unapologetic.  Without a trace of irony or the unnecessary bracketing of abstraction that has served as a refuge for many abstract painters since the figurative/narrative-centric oughts (’00s), Zink has, for over 20 years, maintained a steadfast commitment … Continue reading

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The Unexpected Art Fair

I had some trouble following up on my posts about art fairs. I hear complaints from artists (like me) all the time – and yet we still participate when we can. Often the canned excuse is some version of the … Continue reading

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